Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Phil Lesh & Bob Dylan – East Rutherford, NJ (11/13/99)

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Phil Lesh & Friends
Bob Dylan
11/13/99
Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, NJ

Download: FLAC/MP3

Phil Lesh & Friends

d1
01.jam->
02.wheel jam->
03.jam->
04.Get together
05.Dear Mr. Fantasy

d2
01.Cryptical Envelopment->
02.The other one->
03.Days Between->
04.Blue Trane->
05.The other one->
06.Cryptical Envelopment->
07.Help on the way->
08.Slipnot->
09.Franklin’s tower

Source:AKG 393’s->Aerco preamp->Dap1
Transfered:Tascam DA-20 mkII->HHB CDR850 (Dat->cd)
CD->EAC->Flacfrontend

This show was with Bob Dylan Headlining .Most Tapers were FOB on the Floor .
I taped this from Section 109,center of the left stack;mics in hat.

Mastered and transfered by Frank D’Auria

Bob Dylan

I am the Man Thomas
Song to Woody
It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
Ring them Bells
Tangled up in Blue
Visions of Johanna
Hootchie Cootchie Man
Blind Willie McTell
Tombstone Blues
Joey
Not Dark Yet
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat

E:
Like A Rolling Stone
It Ain’t Me Babe
Alabama Getaway*
Rainy Day Women No. 12 & 35*
Blowin’ In The Wind
Not Fade Away

* with Phil Lesh

I have been going through my CD collection again. I found this Dylan show which I’ve apparently never posted before. I must have missed it the first time I went through my collection all those years ago. Unfortunately like most of my CDs I have no source info for it. They did come with several Phil Lesh songs from his set on CD1 (the second Cryptical through Franklin’s Tower I think). It seemed ridiculous to only post a few songs from the Phil set so I went on the Archive and found the rest of his set. The source info above is for the Phil Lesh show, not Bob. This does mean you get two versions of the last part of Phil’s set but I don’t imagine anyone will complain about that.

On a realated note I am trying to go through all my CDs and rip all Bob and Van shows, plus various other things that look interesting. So you can look forward to that in the upcoming weeks.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Wayne, NJ (10/11/70)

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Grateful Dead
10-11-70
Marion Shea Auditorium, Patterson State College,
Wayne, New Jersey
gd70-10-11.aud.cotsman.9500.sbeok.t-flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded &tagged version of shnid: 9500
AUD>MC>?>CD>EAC>SHN

–Setlist–
101-d1t01 – Casey Jones
102-d1t02 – It Hurts Me Too
103-d1t03 – Mama Tried
104-d1t04 – ‘Till the Morning Comes
105-d1t05 – Dancin’ in the Streets
106-d1t06 – Candyman
107-d1t07 – //Sittin’ on Top of the World
108-d1t08 – Morning Dew//
109-d1t09 – //Beat It on Down the Line
110-d2t01 – China Cat Sunflower% ->
111-d2t02 – I Know You Rider%//
112-d2t03 – //Dark Star ->
113-d2t04 – St. Stephen ->
114-d2t05 – Not Fade Away ->
115-d2t06 – Goin’ Down the Road Feelin’ Bad ->
116-d2t07 – Not Fade Away

–disc 1 total time–49:19–
–disc 2 total time–42:30–

Warning:
This is a rather ragged recording, and might only satisfy the
completists of collectors. All cuts are probably from the master, as
indicated at deadlists. Sound Forge was used to normalize, correct
the pitch, and for minor edits.

Notes:
–most of Sittin’ On Top Of The World is missing
–several minutes are clipped off of Morning Dew
–the first few drum beats are clipped on BIODTL
–splice/large dropout in China Cat @ 3:34
–splice/large dropout in China Cat @ 4:40
–splice/large dropout in I Know You Rider @ 0:07
–most of I Know You Rider is cut off
–perhaps a minute or two is missing from the beginning of Dark Star
–Deadbase lists Uncle Johns as encore, though it is not listed at deadlists.

Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative

thanks to Matt Vernon & Raoul Duke
encoding/edits by J. Cotsman

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Trenton, NJ (11/29/74)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
War Memorial Theater
Trenton, NJ
November 29, 1974
The Big A master via JEMS

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording (equipment unknown) by The Big A

JEMS 2013 transfer: master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 > resample 16/44.1 via iZotope MBIT+ > Peak Pro XT (pitch correction / patch / subtle tweak) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

101 INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET
102 SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT
103 DOES THIS BUS STOP AT 82ND ST ?
104 I WANT YOU
105 GROWIN’ UP
106 SAINT IN THE CITY
107 E ST SHUFFLE
201 JUNGLELAND
202 KITTY’S BACK
203 NEW YORK CITY SERENADE
204 ROSALITA
205 SANDY (Kivak Source)
206 A LOVE SO FINE (Kivak Source)
207 WEAR MY RING AROUND YOUR NECK (Kivak Source)
208 QUARTER TO THREE (Kivak Source)
BONUS TRACK
209 KITTY’S BACK (Kivak Source patched with Big A source – 39 seconds)

Known Issues:
Rosalita: 6 seconds patched at end
Last 4 songs from Kivak Source

mbrown02’s recent repost of Trenton ’74 reminded us that we were sitting on an alternate recording of the show. In fact, based on the data on Brucebase and to the best of our knowledge (though CB and JK might know better), Trenton may well be the first Springsteen show ever to be recorded by two different tapers, therefore making it the first two-source Bruce gig ever.

The Big A recorded Bruce several times in 1974-75, most notably the wonderful Philadelphia 11/1/74 recording and the earliest known capture of Max and Roy in the band from Kean College, 9/22/74. While he did not have high-end equipment, he got a very solid result here, arguably as good as Kivak’s previously circulated recording. Samples provided.

Not surprisingly, however, neither tape is complete, as the Big A missed the end of the show. We’ve added the missing songs from Kivak’s master to the Big A recording, as well as patching Kivak’s “Kitty’s Back” (which is cut on Kivak’s master), using the Big A source, for a bonus track. The result is two baseline recordings of the show, each made complete by patches from the other.

Needless to say this is a fantastic show from an other worldly era in Springsteen’s career. It includes an early cover of Dylan’s “I Want You,” a jaw-dropping “New York City Serenade” and the embryonic “Jungleland” with Suki Lahav on cello to name but a few highlights.

Thanks to The Big A for lending JEMS his masters. It isn’t easy to find new sources circa 1974-75 and he has provided several. Also big ups to mjk5510 for assembling this and doing the final release prep.

BK for JEMS

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Union, NJ (09/22/74)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Kean College
Union, NJ
September 22, 1974
JEMS Archive

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording (equipment unknown) by The Big A

JEMS 2012 transfer: master cassette (TDK D-180) > Nakamichi CR-7A >
Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX
click repair > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (speed corrected) >
resample 16/44.1 via iZotope MBIT+ > FLAC

01 Spirit In The Night
02 Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
03 The E Street Shuffle > Having A Party
04 For You
05 Saint In The City
06 Cupid
07 Kitty’s Back
08 Sandy
09 Rosalta
10 A Love So Fine (A Night Like This) > Shout

JEMS is very pleased to issue this previously uncirculated recording
of an historically important and otherwise unheard show.

The recording from Kean College in Union, NJ is now the earliest
document we have of the “new look” E Street Band featuring Max
Weinberg on drums and Roy Bittan on piano. According to the essential
Brucebase Wiki, this free, outdoor show (which took place behind the
student center) was the fourth date played by the new line-up,
predating by 12 days Avery Fisher Hall, October 4, which had been the
first circulating recording with Max and Roy.

It gives us a fascinating glimpse into a period of transition for
Springsteen. As such, some of the arrangements heard here are
distinctive as the reconfigured band sorts out how to play the “basic”
set. While Bruce had previously performed songs in early 1974 that
would later appear on Born to Run, the only new material essayed at
Kean is a unique version of the Born to Run outtake “A Love So Fine,”
still in such an embryonic state that the chorus sung isn’t “a love so
fine” at all, but another title rumored to have been recorded for BTR:
“A Night Like This.” He also tags the end of the song with several
lyrics from the Isley Brothers’ “Shout.” According to Brucebase, by
the time the song is played again at Avery Fisher, the chorus had
changed to “A Love So Fine” for keeps.

The Kean tape also captures the earliest known cover of Sam Cooke’s
“Cupid” and a particularly punchy full-band version of “For You,” a
song Springsteen performed solo throughout most of 1974-75. Nearly
every track here is a little different than you’re used to given that
two of the band members are still learning their parts.

Our generous taper, The Big A, says he used a “standard-for-the-time,
no-frills, fat-paperback-sized Radio Shack-type tape recorder with a
built-in mike” to record the show. That description seems to match the
tape, which has hallmarks of ALC (automatic level control) where the
first note of a song starts out loud and a bit distorted before the
level adjusts. There are some distorted frequencies in the recording
and it is not as good as the very best we have of the era. But
considering the circumstances (it was the first Bruce show he ever
taped), the outdoor venue, the gear, the PA volume, etc. it is quite a
listenable document of the performance. We worked hard to improve the
sound, but most of what you hear is just what it is. Samples provided.

Very special thanks to The Big A for loaning JEMS the master tape and
to the ER Archive, who had a copy of the show that helped lead us to
the master.

BK for JEMS

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia – Passaic, NJ (04/10/82)

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Jerry Garcia
April 10, 1982
Capitol Theater
Passaic, NJ

Download: FLAC/MP3

Early Show

SHNID: 15847
Lineage: SBD > ? > DAT > CDR > WAV > SHNv3

1. Deep Elem Blues 5:33
2. Freight Train-> 2:45
3. Babe, It Ain’t No Lie 5:28
4. Gomorrah 5:43
5. Dire Wolf 4:15
6. Little Sadie 3:03
7. Stagger Lee 6:16
8. Valerie 6:27
9. Been All Around This World 3:59
10. To Lay Me Down 8:48
11. Run for the Roses 4:09
12. Ripple 4:38
Encore
13. Reuben & Cherise 5:03
Total Time: [66:10]

Notes from the original uploader:
first ~34sec of To Lay Me Down patched with AUDMC > CD > EAC > SHN (Thanks Stephen Kinsch!)
first few notes of Reuben & Cherise cut – I smoothed it out with a fade.
There are a few tape warbles, presumably from the master.
I crossfaded many of the transitions between tracks, due to cuts in the crowd noise.
I also shifted the pitch of the SBD portion of the show down one semitone to match the AUD.
All editing/patching done with SoundForge 4.5.
All tracks verified and corrected with shntool.
Any questions or comments, please let me know.
Patrick Murphy (patrick_e_murphy@yahoo.com)
Enjoy!

Late Show

SHNID: 15848
Lineage: SBD > ? > DAT > CD > WAV > SHN

Set One
1. Jack-A-Roe 5:20
2. Going, Going, Gone 5:41
3. Dire Wolf 3:34
4. Gommorah 6:09
5. Run for the Roses 4:02
6. Friend of the Devil 6:50
7. Babe, It Ain’t No Lie 6:49
8. Rosalie McFall 3:32
9. Sing Me Back Home 5:56
10. Deep Elem Blues 5:36
Set Two
11. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, 5:02
It Takes a Train to Cry
12. Ballad of Casey Jones 5:59
13. China Doll-> 4:35
14. Ripple 4:37
Encore
15. Reuben & Cherise 5:48
Total Time: [79:31]

Notes from the original uploader:
last ~4:04 of Reuben & Cherise patched with AUDMC > DAT > WAV > CD > EAC > SHN (Thanks Stephen Kinsch!)
I crossfaded many of the transitions between tracks, due to cuts in the crowd noise.
All editing/patching done with SoundForge 4.5.
All tracks verified and corrected with shntool.
Any questions or comments, please let me know.
Patrick Murphy (patrick_e_murphy@yahoo.com)
Enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – East Rutherford, NJ (10/27/81)

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Bob Dylan
27 October 1981
Brendan T. Byrne Sports Arena
Meadowlands
East Rutherford, New Jersey

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB4588

I previously shared this show from the bootleg Tongues of Fire which you can grab here.

Unknown Aud>CDR>EAC>FLAC

1 Gotta Serve Somebody
2 I Believe In You
3 Like A Rolling Stone
4 I Want You
5 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
6 Maggie’s Farm
7 Girl From The North Country
8 Ballad Of A Thin Man
9 Simple Twist Of Fate
10 All Along The Watchtower
11 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
12 Let’s Begin (Jim Webb)
13 Forever Young
14 Gamblin’ Man (trad.)
15 The Times They Are A-Changin’
16 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
17 Watered-Down Love

18 Masters Of War
19 Mr. Tambourine Man
20 Solid Rock
21 Dead Man, Dead Man
22 Just Like A Woman
23 Heart Of Mine
24 When You Gonna Wake Up
25 In The Garden
26 Blowin’ In The Wind
27 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
28 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Concert #9 of US and Canada Fall Tour 1981. 1981 concert #36.

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Fred Tackett (guitar), Steve Ripley (guitar),
Al Kooper (keyboards), Tim Drummond (bass), Jim Keltner (drums), Arthur Rosato (drums),
Clydie King, Regina Havis, Madelyn Quebec (background vocals).

11, 12 Bob Dylan & Clydie King (shared vocal).
13, 15, 28 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
14 Clydie King, Regina Havis, Madelyn Quebec (vocals).
27 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).

BobTalk

Thank you, you’re great. You all feel pretty good tonight huh? Oh heaven, I wish I felt that
good. If I stay here long enough I might feel that good. Oh yeah? All right! So, how you
doing? How far you’d come? Is that right? I might be acting a little strange right now.
That’s because this is a mighty strange place. Oh yes, it is. I ain’t seen nowhere like
this. Back in the dressing room there, I got a black mirror in my room! I was looking
through it just half an hour ago, I see two eyes looking back at me.
(before Man Gave Names To All The Animals)

Thank you. You feeling all right? Am I singing on key tonight? Iíll try sing this one for
you in key. (before Girl Of The North Country)

Thank you. Anybody here tonight paid to get in? What? I can’t hear you. Talk up, yeah. I’m
glad you’re sitting there. Phew! (before Ballad Of A Thin Man)

We’re gonna do this song here. The songwriter who wrote it is here tonight. Thereís a lot
of famous people here tonight. I wanna just tell you that you may be sitting next to
somebody that’s famous. I know you are. You definitely are. That man over there’s famous
too, yes he is. (plays Let’s Begin) I hope we did that right Jim.

It’s easy to say that, but hard to do it. Any gambling men out there? I guess there should
be. Yeah! Don’t you have a big gambling resort around here somewhere. What’s it called?
What’s that gambling town around here? Reno? Atlantic City. Big gambling town, yeah? Well
here’s a gambling song for you gambling men. Gambling women too. I don’t think any women
are gamblers though do you? (before Gamblin’ Man)

It’s a hard rainís a-gonna fall. Well, what happens when hard rain falls? You get
watered-down love! This is off a big hit selling album. I’m not sure if it’s still in print
but …, oh yeah. Oh boy.

All right, all right. I want to play …. We had a single record released a while back.
I think it sold about five copies. But I like it so much I just got to play it. Anyway, it
sold about three copies right here. (before Heart Of Mine)

All right. I wanna say hello to all the editors of Rolling Stone magazine, oh yeah. All the
writers and editors are here tonight I think, checking me out. They’re gonna come back
stage later, I’m gonna check them out. (before When You Gonna Wake Up)

All right, hello. Thank you. I wanna say hello to Mr. and Mrs. Kooper who are out there
tonight. Wherever they are, I wanna say greetings! I’m glad you could make it. Anyway this
is Mr. and Mrs. Kooper’s relative on keyboards over here. A man I’ve known for quite some
time now. I’m not gonna tell you his name but that’s him on keyboards. I should tell you
his name anyway. Al Kooper is his name. Played with me twenty years. Maybe some of you
heard of him, maybe some of you haven’t. A legend in his own time though. On the drums
tonight, Jimmy Lee Keltner from Tulsa, Oklahoma. From New Jersey, state of I think he’s
from, Ashbury Park, New Jersey, on the guitar, Steve Ripley. On the other guitar,
Fred Tackett. All right, on the guitar, bass guitar Tim Drummond. On the backing vocals,
Clydie, Regina, and Madelyn Quebec. On the other set of drums, also from New Jersey is
Arthur Rosoto. Give Arthur Rosoto a big hand. I hope I sung something on key tonight,
I really do. (at the end of In The Garden)

4 new songs (14%) compared to previous concert. 1 new song for this tour.

Stereo audience recording, 140 minutes.

http://www.bjorner.com/DSN06610%20-%201981%20US%20and%20Canada%20Fall%20Tour.htm#DSN06700

File names & tags edited by Chopen, November 2009

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Jersey City, NJ (07/18/72)

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Grateful Dead
July 18, 1972
Roosevelt Stadium
Jersey City, NJ
gd72-07-18.sbd.milller.32878.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 32878
Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v7.02 -> Cool Edit Pro v2.0 -> FLAC
(4 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
March 20, 2006

Patch Info:
AUD>Cm>?>Reel>Dat>CD supplies the following patches:
Jack Straw (0:07 – 0:10)
Beat It On Down The Line (0:36 – 0:39)
Dark Star (21:00 – 21:03)
Comes A Time (3:38 – 6:36)
Not Fade Away (0:31 – 0:32)
Going Down The Road Feeling Bad (1:35 – 1:37)
Not Fade Away (0:34 – 0:38) (AUD>Cm>?>Cass>Dat>CD)

Notes:
— Drop out in Bertha removed, no patch available
— This is the complete show from the SBD (minus encore)
— I patched the drop-outs and cleaned up the tape pauses, etc.
— Pops and static removed with Cool Edit Pro v2.0
— Many tracks still have static & buzzing from the piano

–Set 1 / disc 1–
101-d1t01 – Bertha
102-d1t02 – Me & My Uncle
103-d1t03 – Bird Song
104-d1t04 – The Promised Land
105-d1t05 – Sugaree
106-d1t06 – Black Throated Wind
107-d1t07 – China Cat Sunflower ->
108-d1t08 – I Know You Rider
109-d1t09 – Jack Straw
110-d1t10 – Loser
–disc 2–
111-d2t01 – Beat It on Down the Line
112-d2t02 – Stella Blue
113-d2t03 – El Paso
114-d2t04 – Casey Jones

–Set 2–
201-d2t05 – Playing in the Band
202-d2t06 – Brown Eyed Women
203-d2t07 – Tennessee Jed
–disc 3–
204-d3t01 – Tuning
205-d3t02 – Truckin’ ->
206-d3t03 – Dark Star ->
207-d3t04 – Comes A Time
208-d3t05 – Sugar Magnolia

–Set 3 / disc 4–
301-d4t01 – Tuning
302-d4t02 – Ramble On Rose
303-d4t03 – Greatest Story Ever Told
304-d4t04 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
205-d4t05 – Sing Me Back Home
306-d4t06 – Not Fade Away ->
307-d4t07 – Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad ->
308-d4t08 – Not Fade Away reprise

–Encore–
xxxxxxxxx – One More Saturday Night (MISSING)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Passaic, NJ (03/17/78)

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Jerry Garcia Band
3/17/78
Capitol Theater
Passaic, NJ

Download: FLAC/MP3
Early Show
source: FM simulcast 10/5″ reel master @ 7.5 ips
taped by Jerry Moore

This is a tagged version of shnid: 98256

lineage: reel master>hd-p2 24/48>cd wave>adobe 2.0 16/44>flac

technics rs-1506>sony nr-335>hd-p2 24/48>flac
tape (Ampex) was baked to cure sticky shed,
transferred & seeded to LL by Rob Berger

disc one:

01: DJ’s, inro
02: How Sweet It Is
03: Catfish John
04: Simple Twist Of Fate
05: They Love Each Other

disc two:

01: Gommorah
02: Mystery Train
encore
03: Cats Under The Stars
bonus track:
04: The Night Bird – Removed as its full of officially released classic rock songs.

Jerry Garcia Band
Capitol Theatre
Passaic, NJ
March 17, 1978 Late Show

Source: mono SOUNDBOARD cassette (copied from linear VHS videotape on June 14, 1978)

This is a tagged version of shnid: 123184

Lineage: Closed Circuit In House Videotape-> linear (mono)VHS Tape ->
Alan Bershaw’s Maxell UDXL2 cassette with Dolby B
(playback on Nakamichi Dragon with Dolby B in)-> Lexicon Lambda->
Logic (track indexing and amplifying levels only)->Wav 16/44.1-> FLAC

Transfer by Rob Nolan on September 7, 2012: Alan’s CDR-> Wav 16/44.1-> FLAC

Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals
John Kahn bass
Keith Godchaux keyboards
Donna Jean Godchaux backing vocals
Maria Muldaur backing vocals
Buzz Buchanan drums

1 Mission In The Rain 11:00
2 Russian // Lullaby (glitch @ 8:32) 12:03
3 Tore Up Over You 11:37
4 Love In The Afternoon 12:03
5 I’ll Be With Thee 05:03
6 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 10:15
– encore –
7 Rhapsody In Red 07:21

Notes from the original uploader:
This Jerry show has never circulated in any form – not even an audience recording.
According to the Jerrysite, they opened with Harder They Come. I cannot verify that
but it is not present on this recording. The only notable flaw on this recording
is a glitch at 8:32 into Russian Lullaby, during John Kahn’s bass solo with an
unknown amount missing. This is a mono soundboard recording that is very clean
considering the lineage.

After hearing this Rhapsody In Red over the Labor Day weekend, I had to have this.
It is truly off the hook with Jerry shredding up a storm! Check it out!
Thank you to Alan!

Jerry Garcia
interview for Creem by Susan Klein
1978-03-17

tape is labeled backstage after JGB Capitol Theater, Passaic NY
lineage: interviewer’s recorder>cass>>? >trade >flac.
Transfer: Dragon nr-out>zoomH4 16/44.1>hcsd 8gb >Audacity>TLH>flac16.
taperchuck3 april, 2014 enjoy!

This is a tagged version of shnid: 128379

01 jer: on a NY? dj, security guard,
02 jerry on playing, music, business,
03 ‘oh boy! good ol drugs’, new record ,
04 roaches
05 media coverage, passive/active state of mind, reading
06 jerry’s reality, life, values , jerry swears,
07 on clive [Davis] ,music business ,
08 making records cheaper
09 on tour
10 music critics,
11 current band
12 what’s new, nose, this band,
13 on judging people
15 other projects: greenpeace, indian medicine gardens
16 small talk , movie in works,
17 talking, alarm goes off, <<NOTE: Alarm is on the tape!! >>
18 jerry’s drink, guitar folks leave, guitar
19 music
20 ,
21 on music
20 caddy comments, snoooort,
21 mentions pranksters
22 about bob weir’s music

comment: 60 minutes. c- quality. voices, not hi-fi.
seems like a hotel room between early and late shows.
Slight NR used to remove tape hiss. rough sound, maybe hand held. lots of background activity.
unique view of ‘day in the life’…
a tape trade from europe. back in the day. – chuck.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Passaic, NJ (04/27/77)

gd77-04-27-Capitol-Theater

Grateful Dead
4/27/77
Capitol Theater,
Passaic, NJ
gd77-04-27.pre-fm.samaritano.20331.sbefixed.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded, SBE fixed & tagged version of shnid: 20331
Lineage:
Pre-FM Master Reel Soundboard->DAT x ?

FM Master Reel Soundboard->VHS->DAT x ?
(Patch for beginning of Promised
Land up to “Georgia Sate.”)

http:www.themidnightcafe.org

Transfer:
DAT->ZA2->Soundforge->.wav->mkw->SHN

DAT seed provided by Dan Lynch
DAT patch provided by Joe Samaritano
Transfer and SHN by Joe Samaritano
11/2/2003

Notes:
Between songs there is some sort of
“matrix switch” to audience, but when next
song starts it switches back to soundboard.
Most circulating copies have this “matrix switch”
cut out and replaced with annoying fades in and out.

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Band intros -> The Promised Land
102-d1t02 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
103-d1t03 – Looks Like Rain
104-d1t04 – Sugaree
105-d1t05 – El Paso
106-d1t06 – Row Jimmy
107-d1t07 – New Minglewood blues
108-d1t08 – Loser
109-d2t01 – The Music Never Stopped

–Set 2–
201-d2t02 – Estimated Prophet
202-d2t03 – Scarlet Begonias ->
203-d2t04 – Fire on the Mountain ->
204-d2t05 – Good Lovin’
205-d3t01 – Ramble On Rose
206-d3t02 – Samson & Delilah
207-d3t03 – Terrapin Station
208-d3t04 – Morning Dew

–Encore–
209-d3t05 – Johnny B. Goode

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Union, NJ (12/13/83)

83-12-13

Jerry Garcia Band
Wilkins Theatre (Kean College)
Union, NJ
Early & Late Shows
12-13-1983

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 77710

John Newberger’s MAC (Nak 300s > Sony D6) > GoodBear Cassettes* > GoodBear Computer (perhaps minor editing) > GoodBear CD’s > EAC > FLAC.

**admin note added 1/31/2008: Craig Eggar credits the master to John
Newberger; info file updated**

CD1 Early Show (70:01 minutes)
Mission In The Rain ~ 11:56
They Love Each Other ~ 7:18
Simple Twist Of Fate ~ 14:48
Run For The Roses ~ 5:14
I Second That Emotion ~ 9:56
Deal ~ 11:47
Encore — How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) ~ 9:00

CD2 Late Show (69:08 minutes) — Set 1
Cats Under The Stars ~ 10:34
Catfish John ~ 13:11
Someday Baby ~ 9:26
Love In The Afternoon ~ 9:43
Tangled Up In Blue ~ 13:57
CD2 con’t. — Set 2
Rhapsody In Red ~ 12:15

CD3 (20:22 minutes)
Gomorrah ~ 6:09
Don’t Let Go // > ~ 9:50 (cut)
Midnight Moonlight // ~ 4:22 (cut)

*Notes: From my cassettes late 1990s thanks to Craig Eggar.